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Workday: Drexel Likes the Expanding Market as It Trash Talks Oracle

Shares of Workday (WDAY) are today up 73 cents, or 0.8%, at $90.52, after the company yesterday held its financial analyst day presentation, in conjunction with a user and partner conference, Workday Rising, that featured several thousand attendees. Among those commenting today is Drexel Hamilton’s Brian White, who has a Buy on the stock, and a $110 price target.  White thinks "Workday's expanding product portfolio, unique technological capabilities and growing ecosystem is creating one of the most powerful platforms in the SaaS industry.
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